"Court-Baron" is a word in LAW AND LEGAL, ENGLISH

Court-Baron LAW AND LEGAL
Definition:

In English law. A conrt which, although not one of record, is incident to every manor, and cannot be sev-ered therefrom. It was ordained for the maintenance of the services and duties stipu-lated for by lords of manors, and for the pur-pose of determining actions of a personal nature, where the debt or damage was under forty shillings, wharton

court-baron ENGLISH
Definition:

An inferior court of civil jurisdiction, attached to a
manor, and held by the steward; a baron's court; -- now fallen into
disuse.

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C. C LAW AND LEGAL

d by the inhabitants of a manor to their ord, towards the charge of holding a court leet. Bailey, Diet.—Common …

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Copyhold LAW AND LEGAL

A species of estate at will, or customary estate in England, the only vis-ible title to whlch consists of the …

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court-leet ENGLISH

A court of record held once a year, in a particular hundred, lordship, or manor, before the steward of the …

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Court-Leet LAW AND LEGAL

The name of an English court of record held once in the year, and’ not oftener, within a particular hundred, …

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Court Rolls LAW AND LEGAL

The rolls of a manor, containing all acts relatlng thereto, whlle belongiug to the lord of the manor, they are …

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Curia LAW AND LEGAL

In old European law. A court. The palace, household, or retinue of a sovereign. A judicial tribunal or court held …

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Curtis LAW AND LEGAL

A garden; a space about a house; a house, or manor; a conrt, or pal-ace; a court of justice; a …

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Domesmen LAW AND LEGAL

(Sax.) An inferior kind of judges. Men appointed to doom (judge) in matters in controversy. Cowell. Suitors in a court …

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Haligemot LAW AND LEGAL

In Saxon law. The meeting of a ball, (conventus aulce,) that is, a lord’s court; a court of a manor, …

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hall ENGLISH

A name given to many manor houses because the magistrate's court was held in the hall of his mansion; a …

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Incident LAW AND LEGAL

This word, used as a noun, denotes anything which inseparably belongs to, or is connected with, or Inherent in, an-other …

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Monstraverunt, Writ Of LAW AND LEGAL

A writ which lies for the tenants of ancient demesne who hold by free charter, and not for those tenants …

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Outfangthef LAW AND LEGAL

A liberty or privilege in the ancient common law, whereby a lord was enabled to call any man dwelling in …

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sac ENGLISH

The privilege formerly enjoyed by the lord of a manor, of holding courts, trying causes, and imposing fines.

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soc ENGLISH

The lord's power or privilege of holding a court in a district, as in manor or lordship; jurisdiction of causes, …

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team ENGLISH

A royalty or privilege granted by royal charter to a lord of a manor, of having, keeping, and judging in …

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thane ENGLISH

A dignitary under the Anglo-Saxons and Danes in England. Of these there were two orders, the king's thanes, who attended …

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